Team SoloMid’s competitive Fortnite captain, Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani, has revealed that the organization has signed another player, or perhaps more than one, to their roster.
The Twitch star is best known for his Fortnite building techniques that landed him a spot in TSM, but the team has struggled to find a full four-man starting lineup for a number of months.
Myth is currently joined by Darryle ‘Hamlinz’ Hamlin and Daequan Loco as permanent members, while Calvin ‘aimbotcalvin’ Chau still holds the substitute role that he has occupied ever since Juan ‘CaMiLLs’ Camilla was benched.
However, Myth has given TSM fans hope that the doubts about the roster will soon be a thing of the past, insisting that another player has been signed.
“DK gave hints that that TSM signed someone? I gave hints too. The announcement soon. So be ready for it because it’s hype,” the 19-year-old stated in response to speculation from his Twitch chat.
Following more questions from his viewers, Myth revealed that TSM had, in fact, signed ‘people’, not just one person.
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“Do you know the people that we’re signing? Yeah. I mean, it depends who you are and how many people you know. Why would we sign somebody you guys don’t know? That would be dumb,” he said.
News about Myth’s comments quickly made its way to the FortniteCompetitive subreddit, with a number of users suggesting that the organization had probably signed some dedicated streamers alongside one or two players to complete their competitive roster.
Luckily for fans of TSM, it doesn’t sound like you’ll have to wait too much longer before you get an announcement about their new signings.